As a personal trainer, a smartwatch can keep track of your health stats, give you personalized workouts, and give you your sleep score every night if you want information that is more detailed. In the same way that there are more and more options for technology, there are now even more models and versions of smartwatches for women to choose from.
Those smartwatches of today are very good at what they do. Almost all of them do a good job of tracking the basics, like heart rate, steps, and stress levels. They also let you read and respond to texts and emails while you are out-stream music and help you find your way around with GPS (and yes, tell time). Then, choosing which smartwatch to buy comes down to the small details and the design that works best for you.
A lightweight option, like Coros’s Pace 2, might be more important to you if you’re a runner or if you’re training for a race. Instead of having to stop and scroll through a touchscreen menu, you can turn a dial to quickly access features. Or, you might want a super-thin design, like the Fitbit Luxe, that you can wear while you sleep. You can also get a cheap smartwatch for less than $100 that you can change the band on. Do not forget about the fact that you wear a smartwatch every day. There is a reason you do not wear the same shoes every day: You don’t want to get tired of the same look of VR for PC Gaming.
Ahead, we have chosen seven of the best smartwatches for women that track well, give precise health and wellness stats, and look good. Choose the one that will do the most work for you.
Best Smartwatch For Women Overall
Apple Watch Series 7 GPS+ Cellular 41mm
The seventh generation of Apple’s watch has a bigger screen than before, comes in both 41mm and 45mm sizes, and charges faster (you can get to 100 percent charged in about an hour). You can text, email, and answer calls from there. You can also track your heart rate and oxygen levels; stream music and podcasts; and record your workouts (including newly added tai chi and pilates). It also comes with a lot of different bands in different materials and colors so you can quickly change up the look.
Coros Pace 2 GPS Sport Watch
For people who run or train competitively, a watch with physical buttons that can be pushed while moving is the best option. These buttons let you keep track of your mile splits, pace, and performance, as well as other metrics (like power, cadence, and speed), which gives you a more complete picture. Corso’s Pace 2 is a favorite of athletes because it has GPS and is easy to use with one button and a dial turn.
Garmin Venue 2 Plus
Garmin’s watches are great because they can track a lot of health stats, connect to both Apple and Android phones, and keep a charge well (up to 11 days). If you have very small wrists, the Lily might be a good choice. We think the Venu 2 has more features without a lot of weight. It checks your energy and stress levels, your sleep score, and your fitness age, and it comes with pre-loaded workouts and training plans that can change based on your needs. If you want to, you can also download 750 songs from Spotify, as well as playlists, and connect your headphones wirelessly.
Samsung Galaxy Watch4
Samsung Galaxy Watch4 has a lot of health-monitoring tools, including a new body composition analysis that measures muscle, body fat percentage, and body water weight. It also has better sleep tracking than previous models. It comes in two sizes for small and large wrists, as well as a number of different bands, like this one with a fabric exterior (for style) and a rubber interior (for durability).
Fitbit Luxe Fitness
If you want a smartwatch that isn’t as big as the Fitbit Flex but still tracks all the important things, the Fitbit Luxe is a good choice. The slim design tracks your sleep score, fitness, and activity levels, as well as how your past workouts affect how ready you are to work out on a daily basis. The band is also styled like a bracelet for a stylish look.
Amazfit Bip U Pro Smart Watch
Amazon’s new smartwatch is a good competitor to other smartwatches on the market because it gives you a lot of value for your money. It has built-in Alexa voice control, GPS fitness tracking with more than 60 sport modes, blood oxygen, and heart rate monitors, and a waterproof design. It also has more than 60 sports modes. It also works with Android and iOS phones to let you know when you get calls and texts, and it lets you control music and your phone’s camera.
Apple Watch Hermes GPS+ Cellular
You cannot go wrong with Hermès’ version of the Apple Watch 7. A modern classic looks great. It combines the old-world appeal of the French fashion house with all of Apple’s newest technology for tracking your health and lifestyle. It has a chic double strap made of high-quality leather and an elegant face. It is also a lot cheaper than Hermès’ first watch, the Heure H, which costs $2,775.